Many of our sponsor dogs are “special needs” greyhounds whose stay at our California adoption center may be longer than most, requiring more resources to feed, medicate and provide other care. Becoming a sponsor is a great way to be a GAC “insider” and get to know some of the greyhounds you are helping.
All it takes is a $20 (or more) monthly donation to be linked to one of our carefully chosen sponsor dogs. You’ll receive a monthly mailing complete with a photo of your dog and a detailed letter about all their activities. Once your dog finds a forever home, you’ll be the first to know!
LEARN MORE ABOUT THE SPONSOR DOGS
MILHOUSE is a blue fawn boy who was born on 3/11/2011 and arrived on 3/15/2019 with a group of 10 dogs from Macau, China. He is a really nice boy who was one of the youngest in his group, even though he's 8! Milhouse enjoys sunning himself and being close to humans.
HAYES is a 2-year-old white boy with brindle spots who came from the Caliente racetrack in October. He arrived alone with an injured hock that required no intervention, just time on his own to heal. Hayes was born on Christmas! He is a large and silly boy who will be with us for an extended period while he continues to heal from his injury and other medical issues.
SPARROW is a 2-year-old girl that arrived in June 2020 with three other girls, all named after birds. She arrived with the smallest hairline fracture that is so far requiring no special treatment. Sparrow is a sweet girl who is a little shy when singled out, but is great with her hound friends in turnout and in her crate when it's time to rest.
PINK is a red female that arrived at the kennel in April 2020 with one other female, Fuchsia. They were named after the recent pink super moon. Though she looked healthy enough with no injuries upon arrival, she tested positive for Ehrlichia canis. This infection is transmitted through tick bites and can cause fevers, rashes, and bleeding disorders. She seems to have none of these symptoms, thankfully. This infection is currently being treated and she is doing well as she settles into kennel life.